The three field courses in Kenya build on the research expertise of staff at the Centre for Ecology and Conservation, based at the Penryn Campus of the University of Exeter. Themes include conservation biology, animal ecology, conservation management strategies, human-wildlife conflict, environmental processes, and behavioural ecology in mammals, birds, and insects. Encompassing locations such as the Great Rift Valley, Mount Kenya, Amboseli National Park, Maasai Mara, Ol Pejeta and Lake Nakuru, each course reflects the unique scholarly flavour of our Masters programmes.
The beautiful and biodiverse landscapes of Kenya play host to three separate field courses associated with our MSc Conservation and Biodiversity, MSc Conservation Science and Policy, and MSc Evolutionary and Behavioural Ecology programmes.
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